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Poster: James.PR Date: Dec 5, 2007 1:29am
Forum: texts Subject: Finding a lost page!


Hi everyone!
I'm a psychology researcher, currently looking for a specific text link (a story) under the closed-down website "theeroticscream.com" ... Although many of its 2nd-layer links are available, the exact one that i'm searching for, ( http://www.theeroticscream.com/cgi-bin/stories/display.cgi?id=2607&sort=date&cat=39 ) is not accessible through this archive.org ; and the following message appears:

" This domain may be for sale by its owner! "

Can anyone help me solve this problem, please?!
In fact, i do need this story in order to complete my project! I'll be more than happy, if anyone can find it, even in another method (other web archives, e.g.) and sends it ( in .doc / .txt / .htm format ) to me!


Kind Regards,
James.


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Poster: stbalbach Date: Dec 5, 2007 6:33am
Forum: texts Subject: Re: Finding a lost page!

James, can't help specifically but would recommend the book "Web Search Garage" for techniques and methods of searching the Internet. It can get complex and there are a lot of ways to approach it.

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Poster: James.PR Date: Dec 5, 2007 8:01am
Forum: texts Subject: Re: Finding a lost page!


Thanks stbalbach !
so you have no specific idea why certain links inside a "webARCHIVE-revived" webpage don't open, while others are accessible ?!
Anyway, thanks for the clue...!

Regards.

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